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LISTEN: New Erasure Remixed By Richard Norris
James Ball , January 24th, 2019 09:59

Hear an exclusive cut from a forthcoming reissue of Erasure's 'Wild!', which turns 30 this year

Erasure are reissuing their 1989 classic Wild! later this year, to mark its 30th anniversary. It's out on March 29 via Mute/BMG.

To celebrate, above, we have the first listen of a previously unreleased Richard Norris remix of ‘Drama’, included among the host of extras and rarities on the upcoming deluxe edition.

The album’s original 11 tracks have been remastered, while a bonus disc includes a glut of B-sides, remixes and rarities much of which have never been released. Unreleased tracks include an alternative mix to ‘How Many Times’ and live performances of ‘Brother and Sister’ and ‘Piano Song’ recorded at the London Arena.

The album will be packaged as a deluxe hardback double CD featuring rare images, original photography by French artists Pierre et Gilles and brand new sleeve notes.

Check out the full tracklist below:

CD1 - Wild!

Piano Song – Instrumental
Blue Savannah
Drama!
How Many Times?
Star
La Gloria
You Surround Me
Brother and Sister
2000 Miles
Crown Of Thorns
Piano Song

CD2 – B-Sides, Remixes & Rarities

Sweet, Sweet Baby – The Moo Moo Mix Drama! – Richard Norris Mix*
Blue Savannah – Mark Saunders 12” Mix
Piano Song – Live at the London Arena*
Runaround On The Underground – Remix
How Many Times? – Alternative Mix*
Supernature – Daniel Miller & Phil Legg Remix
Star – Soul Mix No GDM. – Unfinished Mix
Drama! – Act 2
Brother and Sister - Live at the London Arena*
Dreamlike State – 7” Acappella Mix*
You Surround Me – Gareth Jones Mix
91 Steps – 6 Pianos Mix

* Previously unreleased

‘Wild! - 30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition’ is out 29 March 2019 and is available to pre-order here.

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